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IBPS- The Indian Banking and Personnel Services is the conducting body for different IBPS exams.

In this article, aspirants can find memory-based previous year question papers for the IBPS Clerk Exam.

IBPS- The Indian Banking and Personnel Services is the conducting body for different IBPS exams. The IBPS exams for different posts for the year 2020-21 are scheduled for the upcoming months. Candidates must start revising the syllabus and prepare themselves well for the exams. Candidates can check their preparation by taking the free online quiz on the bank clerk exam.

The IBPS previous year papers given here have been divided into three parts: Verbal ability, quantitative aptitude and reasoning ability. Each part comprises questions from each section as per the IBPS exam pattern.

The memory-based year-wise IBPS Clerk question paper comprises a total of 100 questions divided into three main sections of the exam. Attempting IBPS Clerk model questions and previous year question paper is important for understanding the level of IBPS Clerk Prelims and Mains examination.

IBPS Clerk previous year question paper consists of 30 questions of each section taken from IBPS Clerk previous year papers. The candidates will also get detailed solutions along with answers in the IBPS Clerk previous year question paper PDFs attached below.

IBPS Clerk Question Paper 2018 –  Prelims [memory-based]:

Verbal Ability IBPS Clerk Question Paper 2018 – Prelims:- Download PDF Here

Quantitative Aptitude IBPS Clerk Question Paper 2018 – Prelims:- Download PDF Here

Reasoning Ability IBPS Clerk Question Paper 2018 – Prelims:- Download PDF Here

IBPS Clerk Question Paper 2017 – Prelims [memory-based]

Reasoning Ability IBPS Clerk Question Paper 2017 – Prelims:- Download PDF Here

Quantitative Aptitude IBPS Clerk Question Paper 2017 – Prelims:- Download PDF Here

Verbal Ability  IBPS Clerk Question Paper 2017 – Prelims:-  Download PDF Here

IBPS Clerk Question Paper 2016 – Prelims [memory-based]

Reasoning Ability IBPS Clerk Question Paper 2016 – Prelims:- Download PDF Here

Quantitative Aptitude IBPS Clerk Questions Paper 2016 – Prelims:-  Download PDF Here

Verbal Ability  IBPS Clerk Question Paper 2016- Prelims:-  Download PDF Here

Aspirants applying for IBPS exams 2021 can also solve bank exams quiz by StudySolver. This quiz consists of 25 questions including the three main sections: reasoning ability, quantitative aptitude and English language within a stipulated time period.

IBPS Clerk previous year question papers will help candidates analyse their preparation, test the level of difficulty of the actual exam and improve their performance accordingly.

Aspirants can find details of other government exams at the linked article.

Candidates must also regularly solve mock tests, practise papers and previous year question papers for better results in IBPS exams 2021.

The IBPS Clerk exam notification 2020 was released on September 1, 2020, and currently, the recruitment for 2020 is ongoing. Aspirants preparing for or willing to apply for the 2021 recruitment can visit the IBPS Clerk Exam Dates page for reference.

The IBPS Clerk exam is conducted in two stages:

The below-mentioned table briefly describes the IBPS Clerk exam pattern 2021:

Aspirants can check the details of other bank exams at the linked article. For the preparation of the General Awareness section of the exams, candidates can check some really important Static GK topics in the linked page.

The IBPS Clerk previous year question papers will help candidates analyse their preparation, know the difficulty level of the exam and revise the syllabus based on the latest exam pattern.

All Government exam aspirants can also get the best Preparation Strategy for Competitive Exams at the linked article.

For any further exam-related updates, study material and preparation tips, candidates can turn to StudySolver for assistance.

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